Are they real ducks or rubber ducks?
Once I adopt my duck, do I get to keep it?
No, sorry but we have some adorable
Do I need to be present to win?
No, but it’s a lot of FREE and FUN for the whole family!
Does it cost to attend the Duck Derby?
Absolutely not! However, you will want to bring some money for lunch and/or event merchandise.
How will I know if my duck wins?
Advocates staff will contact you immediately with the information you provided on your duck adoption paper(s).
Can I adopt a duck for my child?
Yes, but the name on the adoption paper must be in the name of an adult (18 and older) for legal purposes.
Do all of my ducks get the same number?
Each duck adopted is tagged with its own unique lucky duck number.
Advocates for Children is a non-profit organization committed to the prevention and treatment of child abuse and neglect. Through our programs, we strive to one day help create
How old are the children?
Our seven programs assist children from birth through age 18, and in some cases ages 19-21.
What are Advocates' sources of funding?
–Donations from individuals and groups, such as churches and civic organizations
–Special events which include Duck Derby, Duck Dash, Spring Benefit, and more
–Corporate and family foundations
–Businesses - local, national and international
–Competitive state and federal grants